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Caught Between Winter and Spring? Here’s the perfect transitional capsule wardrobe (and how to style it)

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Double up your denim game + add an oversized blazer!
My pick for first layer: SKIMS boyfriend T-Shirt
(Photo via @whatgigiwears)

Winter-to-spring styling tips…


From brown denim to white denim. Here, Debora Rosa and the ARKET Cloud Low Loose jeans in white.
* CLOUD is cut in a non-stretch denim and features a low rise waist, relaxed fit and loose legs. Zip fly.
(Photo via @deborabrosa)


From leather jackets to suede jackets. Lucy Alston and the Will jacket in camel suede. Available at SEZANE.COM
(Photo via @lucyalston_)


Anouk Yve and the Will jacket in mustard suede.
(Photo via @anoukyve)


Oversized (leather) blazers and mini skirts. Here, Jessica Harris in Magda Butrym and Miu Miu.
MY PICK: – The Frankie Shop Gelso oversized blazer in taupe
* Take on the business world in Frankie Shop’s directional blazers. An oversized style, the Gelso jacket is cut from taupe suiting fabric with padded shoulders and a single-breasted front.
Mango pleated mini skirt
(Photo via @jessicaharris_)


Big coats and pleated skirts. MY PICK: The frankie Shop Blake pleated miniskirt.
(Photo via @a_typelist)


Trench coats and shorts. Here, Sandra Heinrich Sauceda carrying The Row Margaux bag.
MY PICK: –H&M twill trench coat
* Long, double-breasted trench coat in cotton twill with a collar and wide peak lapels. Storm flaps, shoulder tabs with a button, buttons at the front and a detachable tie belt at the waist. Tab with a button at the cuffs, diagonal welt pockets at the front and a single back vent. Unlined.
COS sleeveless linen-blend trench coat
* This sleeveless piece reimagines the classic trench coat for milder climes. Offered in an enduring beige hue, it’s crafted from a lightweight linen blend and designed with notch lapels and angled welt pockets. It honours the original with its layered storm flap and wide belt at the waist.
(Photo via @filis_pina)

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